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Type of scheme Private
Number of sharers Four
Year of construction 2004
Home mooring (2011)
Tickey continuously cruises but this is regularly reviewed by the owners
Length 40'
Engine Type Vetus 3.09
Berths Four
Change over day each week No specific day
Are pets allowed Allowed
Is smoking allowed INSIDE the boat NOT Allowed
Booking System The bookings for the year ahead are submitted at the beginning of the relevant year, when the owners are coming out of hibernation. The owners are flexible and considerate of each other.
Priority for school holidays There is one teacher who needs some time in school holidays
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General Comments by vendor
Tickey is not a long boat, but very manoeuvrable in tight spaces. Very useful when there is little room to tie up, turn around or or in locks where you have to be careful with the rear end. As a lone female I had help once going through a lock and the man remarked how responsive she was and nice to handle.
The 2 living and sleeping areas are divided by the shower room and toilet and by the kitchen which has a fridge, cooker and hot running water if needed.
At the stern end there is a bunk which will convert to a small double bed and a wood burning stove and oak table which can be opened up for dining. There are small wooden steps to get outside.
At the stern there are 2 bunk beds, one can be converted to a hammock which would be great fun for a child. There is also a small area for hanging coats.
There are 2 gas bottles outside at the stern - one in use, the other the reserve. The cooker is run by gas and the hot water by electricity from the batteries.
It is a functional little boat, but great fun, when in use there are so many lovely places to visit and see.
Last September, 2 girlfriends, my dog and I used her in the Derbyshire area. Our days were spent travelling and in the evenings we would tie up at one of the many canal pubs, have a meal, a drink and a chat with the friendly locals. 'Canal' people are always so friendly and helpful.


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